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Monthly Archives: December, 2018

Nine Nebo students receive Mayor Youth Awards

By Shannon M. AcorChristmas came early for eight wonderful students who were recognized in front of a full crowd at the Springville City Council meeting. The Mayor Youth Awards are awarded to stu

Father and son from Springville create clothing line to change stigma on suicide

By Arianne BrownIn November of this year, a father and son from Springville launched a clothing line aimed at changing the conversation about suicide. The shirts showcase a simple black and white

Greenhands excelling in FFA

By Ashley Truscott Greenhands are first-year FFA students. The Greenhand Degree is also the very first award that FFA members are able to earn. In order to earn this award, the students have to j

Click-it for a Candy Cane program promotes safe holiday driving

Troopers, local agencies and Nebo School District Student Body Officers alongside school staff joined together to spread Christmas cheer and remind students about the importance of wearing seatbel

Susan’s Hair Design is December 2018 Business of the Month

By The Spanish Fork Salem ChamberSusan's Hair Design, 293 N Main Street, Spanish Fork, has been named the December 2018 Business of the Month by the Spanish Fork Salem Chamber. In addition to cut

Utah Scholastic Clay Target Program receives donation from ACUI

The Utah Scholastic Clay Target Program (UTYESS) has been awarded a $4,500 donation from the ACUI Clay Targets Fund. This donation was made to the MidwayUSA Foundation’s Agency and Team endowment

Canyon View Medical expanding in Mapleton & offering Free health seminars in 2019

By Casey Warren Canyon View Medical Group is pleased to announce that we have broken ground on a new medical clinic in Mapleton. The building will be located at 1429 S 1600 W (Hwy 89). This 11,40

Celebrating Veterans at Springville High School

By Ashley Truscott The Springville FFA chapter hosted a breakfast and an assembly celebrating Veterans in our community. This breakfast has become a tradition at Springville High School as a way

Springville FFA stepping onto a bigger stage

By Ashley Truscott Every year, FFA members nationwide converge in Indianapolis, Indiana to celebrate their accomplishments and find inspiration for their next steps. Motivational keynote speakers

Utah Valley Visioning project seeking public input

By 2065, Utah County will add 1 million people to its population, 85% from internal growth. Local governments, transportation agencies, major landowners and economic development groups are coming

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